Feature tips for the media: As the Cincinnati Bengals prepare for their AFC title game, their fans have done some unusual things to show support; University of Dayton psychology professor Charles Kimble says some bizarre rituals before football games can be healthy; John Weiler, director of the University's Center for Business and Economic Research, predicts slower employment growth for 1989.
"Orange and Brown Scrambled Eggs Before a Bengals Game? UD Psychology Professor Contends Some Strange Fan Antics May Be Healthy; UD Study Predicts Slower Employment Growth in Dayton in 1989" (1989). News Releases. 5180.